What happens in our brain and body when we’re in love?
Love dominates our popular culture and is the subject of countless songs, movies, and works of literature and art. But what’s happening in our...
Why touch matters
Immigrating to the United Kingdom was a bold move. As a Latina, I had a lot to get used to, from cars driving on...
An antidote to addiction
Andrew is a drug addict, but found an unlikely antidote to his addiction: a loving connection.
The illusion of connection
Loneliness (n): a feeling of sadness because one has no friends or company. But you are not alone.
Whether our families are loving or dysfunctional, we all understand the importance of belonging and the pull of home.
When life knocks you down, you can do better than getting bitter. Victor Parachin shares some practical tips.
Secrets of highly successful marriages
Want a happy marriage? Trafford Fischer looks at research that reveals the characteristics husbands and wives value most.
Pet heaven . . . or not?
Will there be a resurrection? Yes, definitely, says Kim Peckham. But will pets be included?
"A good name is more desirable than great riches" (Proverbs 22:1).
Peace on Earth?
Being a peacemaker isn't easy; but it's an essential part of being a Christian.
Daddy day care
A father's work is never done. Daniel Bell reflects on the first few months of his new "job".
Living with fewer regrets
All of us have done more than enough to cringe in the dark about. But there are ways to have fewer regrets.